Bullet Train Star Brad Pitt Clarifies His Retirement Plans, Says I’ll Never Plan a Five Year Plan

“I consider myself in my last phase, this last semester or quarter. What will this section be? And how do I want to design it?” Brad Pitt’s surprising comment, alluding to retirement plans in the near future, during his recent interview with GQ, is coming to bring him back in on the joke! At the […]
 


“I consider myself in my last phase, this last semester or quarter. What will this section be? And how do I want to design it?” Brad Pitt’s surprising comment, alluding to retirement plans in the near future, during his recent interview with GQ, is coming to bring him back in on the joke! At the LA premiere of Bullet Train, on the red carpet, the Oscar winner was asked by Deadline Hollywood about her retiring comments and Pitt couldn’t help himself with a witty response…

Walking halfway through as if he was embarrassed, Brad Pitt clarified, “No! (Laughs) I know, I know. I really have to work on my phrasing. No, I was just saying that.” , ‘I’m middle-aged and I want to be specific about how I spend those last things, whatever they are.'” further asked if he had specific thoughts right now, where As for what he really wants to do this semester, the 58-year-old actor confesses, “I’ve never been the ‘man with a five-year plan’.”
For now, Brad Pitt has a lot to look forward to as the actor will next be seen in his new film Bullet Train as Ladybug, an assassin. Directed by David Leach, the action comedy film also stars Joy King, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Brian Tyree Henry, Bad Bunny and Sandra Bullock among many others. Based on Kotaro Isaka’s popular Japanese novel, Maria Beetle, Bullet Train is set to release in India on August 4, a day ahead of the US.
In addition, Brad Pitt will also be seen alongside Margot Robbie and Tobey Maguire in Damien Chazelle’s period drama Babylon, which is based on Hollywood’s transition from silent films to talkies in the late 1920s. Babylon is set for a Christmas 2022 release in America.